Discussion in 'Colorado Basketball Recruiting Central' started by Buffnik, Nov 23, 2015.
What about Trevor Stanback? He could have solid potential of moving away from his Stanford commitment. We recruited him and he took an official visit 9/11/15. Listed as 6'10 (210lbs.) and 4 stars by Rivals.
Have you found anything that says he's looking around that post-dates March 27th? This tweet by Josh Gershon is the last mention I've seen:
Great job by Tad & staff to get 2/3 from the top of the list.
Very randomly saw this on the ESPN NCAAM home page. Froling is leaving SMU: http://www.espn.com/mens-college-ba...roling-leaving-smu-mustangs-disappointed-role
Haven't seen any of their games, but that's a quick decision to make. Can't imagine he'd still be on Tad's radar (not that we have the open scholarship at this point either).
He'd have to redshirt so he'd count in next year's class. Would be a good pickup.
Doesn't matter what class he counts towards. Tad would be using a scholarship as soon as the kid arrived, whether redshirting or not.
Is the kid planning to play out the year or did he shut it down?
yeah you're right, its just after 7am and I'm not awake.
Actually, he'd be a mid-year transfer. He'd spend this year's spring semester and next year's fall semester redshirting and then be eligible for conference play next season.
I'll just stop posting in this thread now.
Harry Frolling is headed to Marquette.
"All summer long I'd been wanting to get a look at big man George Conditt of Team RWA out of the Chicago area. It took until his very last game on the very last day of the summer for our schedules to match up, but I was able to see him -- Corey Evans also saw him earlier in the day -- and I have to say I'm pretty intrigued.
I still need more time to study his game, but Conditt impressed with the way he moves around the floor. He looks to have a good skill level and I can't help but think he has the tools to be a high major contributor once he adds weight to what is currently a slightly built frame.
Illinois has offered and I saw head coach Brad Underwood watching. Arizona State, Colorado, New Mexico (head coach Paul Weir watched), VCU, Iowa State, Washington, Saint Louis and Houston are just a few of the many others who have jumped into the mix.
What stood out to me about Conditt the most, though, how much he cared about the game. A loss in the final game of the summer and in a championship game really stung the young big man. In a landscape where kids get over losses quickly because there's always another game to play, it's nice to see how much the game still matters to a kid like Conditt."
Buffs are scouting a 6'11" Chiago area big man named George Conditt. Very thin, but climbing rapidly in the rankings.
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